Leslie Forrest

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The Very Rev. Leslie David Arthur Forrest was the Dean of Ferns from 1995 until [1] 2011.

Mooney was born in 1946, educated at Trinity College, Dublin and ordained in 1971. After a curacy at Conwall he held incumbencies at Tullyaughnish and Galway until his appointment as Dean. [2]


  1. St Patrick, Dublin web-site
  2. Crockford's Clerical Directory 2008/9 p275: London, Church House, 2008 ISBN   978-0-7151-1029-4
Church of Ireland titles
Preceded by
David Kaye Lee Earl
Dean of Ferns
Succeeded by
Paul Mooney

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